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Chinese Online Group classes with Zoom

East American and Canadian Timetables

Join the fun with small group classes led by English-speaking Chinese teachers from Australia using our Accelerated Learning techniques.

We offer you 3 main benefits:
- we use Accelerated Learning to give you a totally integrated, consistent and proven approach and syllabus to learning Chinese.
- small group lessons to provide you with a nice friendly and engaging class environment. Don't worry, if you are an introvert or half dressed or have children running around, you can always turn off the Zoom video.
- very competitively priced lessons with a leading Chinese language school that is hugely popular in Australia.

Our Classes

These timetables are for our live public Zoom classes. Average class size is usually around 10 people.
For Beginners Mandarin Level 1 classes, each session is 11/2 hours - giving a total of 15 hours per Level (for Beginners classes). For all other Levels and Cantonese, class duration is 2 hours - a total of 20 hours of classes per Term.
All of our Chinese (Mandarin or Cantonese) classes are held once per week for 10 weeks. Our students will complete one Level of classes per Term. We have a total of 4 Terms per year which means you can study up to 4 Levels in one year!

Term Dates

Academic Calendar for Adults - 2021
Term 1: 25 Jan - 4 Apr
Term 2: 19 Apr - 27 Jun
Term 3: 12 July - 19 Sept
Term 4: 4 Oct - 12 Dec

Go here for the Course Syllabus of all our Chinese Classes

Group classes with Zoom - you be amazed how fun it is!Robert Wong

For more information on pricing and scheduling or enrolments, please email Robert at
or chat with him on our ACCS Facebook Page
or WhatsApp him on +614 0152 9920.

International Timetables

Chinese Timetable for New York and Washington DC Mandarin Timetable for New York and Washington DC Cantonese Timetable for New York and Washington DC


I have really enjoyed my first term! The teaching methods are very effective and Tanya is very encouraging, helping us to remember the characters using stories and imagination. I took this up so I could help my sons with their Mandarin homework. It has turned out that they are helping me, but that means they are learning too! I am going back for a second term.

Carolyn Sutherland